I have a '95. It's behind the passenger side tire. Remove tire and rock guard if you have one--couple of screws--and you can easily access it. two bolts facing rear of car, two connections up front. Honestly it was the easiest replacement I've ever done. Just disconnect your battery first.
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I have replaced the starter and the relay and I still don't get the starter to start I have checked the switch on the cluch to see if that was the problem and it seems to be working fine. What else could it be ????
There are a few thing that can cause this problem. Not knowing what engine you have all I can give you is generic things to check. Fuel filter, make sure it flows well; spark plugs, make sure they are in good shape; air filter, make sure it is in good shape. Beyond that I need the engine to go deeper into it.
You can pick up the bulbs pretty cheap, but make sure you have a lot of time to replace all of the bulbs. You have to almost remove the dash to install all of them. (you can easily do this in one afternoon if you have never done it before)
According to the online manual at AutoZone, you need to remove the right front wheel, the front gravel shield, the exhaust manifold heat insulator, the exhaust manifold, and detach the oil pressure switch connector. The picture shows lifting the starter out from the top once it is unbolted.
I've changed the starter on a '95 with a 4 cylinder engine, and the top bolt was a bugger to get to, requiring two extensions and a universal on my ratchet set. Good luck!